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Estimated Cost of Finances

The following estimated costs are to assist nonimmigrant international students in budgeting finances for their duration of studies at Regent University and for the university's preparation of the I-20, which will be used for the F-1 visa application. These estimates are for one year only. It is the student's responsibility to provide sufficient funds for each year of study, without relying on employment.

The estimates are based on the minimum credit requirement for each academic program. Regent University reserves the right to change tuition or other costs at any time. All costs are estimates only, and actual costs and expenses may vary considerably.

 


 

Financial Estimates for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Please click on the appropriate link for the graduate, undergraduate and residency estimates for the 2013-2014 academic year. These estimates include the costs for tuition & course fees, student fees, and living expenses.

Financial Estimates for Undergraduate Students

Financial Estimates for Graduate Students

 

 

Detailed Living Expenses for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Please click on the appropriate link below for the detailed living estimates for 9 and 12 months. If summer enrollment is required for your academic program you must use the 12 month living estimates.

9-Month living Estimates
12-Month living Estimates

 


 

Financial Certification Form & Deadlines for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Please complete and sign the appropriate Financial Certification Form below to show your financial support for your studies at Regent. IMPORTANT NOTE: The Financial Certification Form must be submitted along with your school specific enrollment deposit (please contact enrollment advisor for more information) by the I-20 Issuance Deadline, which can be found here.

Undergraduate Financial Certification form

Graduate Financial Certification form